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Social Anxiety Help

Larry Cohen, LICSW

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Video Introduction to Larry Cohen, LICSW  and Social Anxiety Help




Canadian Mental Health Association Radio Interview with Larry Cohen, LICSW on Social Anxiety




Overcoming Social Anxiety: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to Build Self-Confidence and Lessen Self-Consciousness



Webinar introduction to CBT for social anxiety by Larry Cohen, LICSW, Director of Social Anxiety Help and Chair and cofounder of the National Social Anxiety Center. Recorded on June 9, 2017 for the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (

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Change Destructive Thinking: Cognitive Restructuring and Mindfulness for Social Anxiety



Video broadcast to the Andrew Kukes Foundation for Social Anxiety in March, 2016.


Group & Individual Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Social Anxiety




Personal Change Stories of Former Clients of Social Anxiety Help


M’s Story: 31-Year-Old Gay, White Man




T1’s Story: 33-Year-Old African American Female




K’s Story: 33-Year-Old Married, White Woman




 Liz’s Story: 27-Year-Old Hispanic Woman




I’s Story: 56-Year-Old Gay Male, Retired Investment Banker




Judy’s Story: 57-Year-Old White Lesbian






Workshop: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies for Social Anxiety Disorder—An Integrative Strategy




Webinar: Curiosity Training—The Importance of EXTERNAL Mindfulness in CBT for Social Anxiety




Webinar: Breaking the Link between Social Trauma and Social Anxiety




Workshop: Helping Clients Overcome Social Anxiety and Build Self-Confidence Using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)




Webinar: How to Help Clients Overcome Social Anxiety Using Cogntive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)


Part One—Five Effective Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies




Part Two—Using Exposures as Experiments to Build Self-Confidence



If you have any questions or comments, please email Larry Cohen, LICSW, with offices in Washington, DC.

Social Anxiety Help is a founding regional clinic of the National Social Anxiety Center (NSAC):